Spamming, Exaggerating, Overpriced, Overhyped Computer Company Dead

from the so-much-for-that-plan dept

A few months ago, I talked about how a company spammed us with 11 press releases, all in capital letters, without a reply-to email address. I didn’t want to mention the company, because they didn’t deserve any publicity, but now that they’re going out of business, why not? Liebermann Computers, who had a not-very-long history of promoting repackaged computers at about twice the price of what anyone else was selling them for, while making questionable, extra-hyped up claims about them, is apparently closing up shop. Apparently, their spam and hype method of marketing didn’t actually bring in very many customers. However, if they had to go out of business, they certainly seem to have figured out a plan to go out of business in the same manner in which they were in business: with lots of incomprehensible hype: “Like no other has such a small company managed so to quickly to be so inventive and groundbreaking and like no other has a young business in technology so rapidly reached the minds and hearts of so many people from all parts of the globe and capture their imagination.” But, like so many others, this company didn’t actually make any money.

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